View Poll Results: What does your LO wear at night?
Zippered/Snapped PJs 13 48.15%
Footies/Longies and Shirt 6 22.22%
Diaper and Shirt 9 33.33%
Diaper Alone 7 25.93%
Other 6 22.22%
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Old 09-25-2011, 07:39 PM   #1
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We used to put DD in those zippered sleepers, then we moved to footed woolies and a LS shirt, then just a wool cover and LS shirt, and now we're down to a coverless fitted and whatever shirt she's already wearing. She really didn't seem to like PJs, and they made nighttime diaper changes so much more difficult.

As long as she's comfortable, do you see any reason to force PJs back into the bedtime routine? (We don't wear PJs, either, FTR)

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No need for PJs if she is warm and comfortable! We use a onesie and fleece zippered jammies over a wool wrap just because we heat with wood and DS is is a back bedroom where it gets pretty chilly at night here in Maine. If it was warmer, DS would go with just a dipe and tee :-)
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In the summer the kids usually just wear a t-shirt and diaper/undies, but in the winter they do wear footed PJs only because neither of them seem to be able to keep their blankets on them and I don't want them to get cold.

I see no reason to "force" PJs if what you're doing works just fine!
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Re: PJs or No?

my older girls usually wear pjs but I think its simply bc they are getting older and dont want to be in their undies LOL. My almost 6 y/o wears mainly undies (it's HOT here) and the toddler wears just a diaper. I have no idea what winters are like here (we just moved a few months ago so haven't had a winter here yet), but if it's cold I'll put the toddler in pjs but if not, who cares? I dont wear pjs either, even if it is cold LOL
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In the summer the kids usually just wear a t-shirt and diaper/undies, but in the winter they do wear footed PJs only because neither of them seem to be able to keep their blankets on them and I don't want them to get cold.

I see no reason to "force" PJs if what you're doing works just fine!
This. Now that DD is a bit older she wears pants and a shirt in the winter, if I can get her to agree, lol. Before she would keep a blanket on we did the footies, just in winter. Otherwise, t-shirt/undies or diaper is just fine
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I had to vote other. It changes from night to night. Depending on the weather and temp in the house and also on the mood of my DS. Sometimes it's a diaper and a shirt. Sometimes zipper footy jammies and sometimes I put him to sleep in the outfit he is already wearing*hides under chair*. My DS hates covers! So no blankets for us. I say as long as your lo is appropriate for the climate who cares. No need to die on that hill. Fwiw my DH and I change what we wear every night as well.
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During warm months DS#1 wears a cotton tee and shorts to bed. His little brother wears a cotton Halo sleep sack.
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Re: PJs or No?

My 4 y.o. sleeps in just her underwear no matter the weather outside. And since her 2 y.o. brother does every thing she does, he's a naked sleeper too. our 13 month old isn't a copy cat yet, so she's either in a diaper, onesie, or sleeper depending on the temp.
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Re: PJs or No?

I turn the heat off at night in the winter so our kids go to bed pretty well dressed - a lot of fleece pj's + sleep sacks.
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